The menu is small, featuring six po boys, four sandwiches, chicken wings, ten pizzas (including build-your-own), and five sides. I'm surprised the tiny kitchen (which is probably a bit bigger than the tiny dining area) can handle even that amount of variety. The kitchen was a bit slammed when we stopped by for dinner; the Sun's review had just come out and there was a large multi-pizza order waiting to be filled, in addition to those belonging to the several patrons who had walked in before we did. But we were fine with waiting, and so we did.
While we were waiting, we had a chance to peruse the selections in the drink case. Root Beer lovers will be thrilled; there were at least 8 varieties available, including my childhood favorite, Frostie.
We tried the oyster po boy, which had four fat oysters on French bread. The sandwich was fully dressed with tomato, lettuce, spicy pickles, and Tabasco remoulade. The flavors were spot on, but the texture of the sandwich suffered in the fifteen minutes it took for us to drive home. But juicy oysters beats dry, overcooked ones anytime.
We need to try their smoked duck pizza now, and despite not liking ham so much, I want to taste that Coca-cola baked ham sandwich served on a jalapeno cheddar biscuit, too.
4311 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21214
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